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TABLE 37: MEDIAN PROFESSIONAL SALARIES
IN ARL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL LIBRARIES
RANK ORDER TABLE, FY 2005-06*
Rank Institution Salary Rank Institution Salary
1 Toronto $72,063 34 Columbia $52,034
2 Cornell 69,443 35 Pennsylvania 51,877
3 Southern California 69,071 36 Emory 51,838
4 Alberta 68,610 37 Wisconsin 51,805
5 Connecticut 68,386 38 Kentucky 51,683
6 California, Davis 66,558 39 Dartmouth 51,349
7 New Mexico 65,279 40 McGill 51,205
8 California, Los Angeles 64,332 41 Michigan 51,036
9 Case Western Reserve 62,647 42 Vanderbilt 50,851
10 New York University 62,412 43 Montreal 50,583
11 Yale 62,178 44 Oklahoma 50,551
12 Harvard 62,009 45 Nebraska 50,470
13 California, San Diego 60,100 46 Pennsylvania State 50,364
14 Northwestern 58,856 47 Temple 49,849
15 SUNY Stony Brook 58,490 48 Queen`s 49,317
16 Virginia 58,400 49 Louisville 49,289
17 Miami 57,960 50 Utah 49,157
18 Ohio State 56,968 51 Pittsburgh 48,885
19 Minnesota 56,950 52 McMaster 48,783
20 Cincinnati 56,757 53 Tennessee, Memphis 48,543
21 North Carolina 56,734 54 Iowa 48,465
22 Georgetown 55,944 55 Howard 47,769
23 Boston University 55,593 56 Rochester 47,247
24 George Washington 55,342 57 Washington U.-St. Louis 46,996
25 Johns Hopkins 55,221 58 Manitoba 46,576
26 British Columbia 55,069 59 Kansas 44,716
27 Southern Illinois 54,624 60 Texas Tech 43,527
28 Florida 54,497 61 Tennessee, Knoxville 41,889
29 Duke 54,349 62 Missouri 41,484
30 SUNY Buffalo 53,760 63 Tulane 41,200
31 Washington 53,640 64 Wayne State 40,918
32 Arizona 53,398 65 Saskatchewan 40,665
33 Illinois, Chicago 52,994 66 South Carolina 37,262
* Salaries of directors are not included in the calculation of medians. Alabama, California-Irvine, Florida State, Louisiana State, and Oklahoma
State are not ranked because they reported fewer than four individuals.

Canadian salaries expressed in U.S. dollars.
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